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Set in the working-class suburb of Queens, New York, the show follows Doug Heffernan, an amiable deliveryman, and his wife, spitfire secretary Carrie Heffernan, as they explore the everyday challenges of love, life, family and marriage.
The seventh season begins with Doug trying to build up credit with Carrie by taking her to a spa, in the hopes that she will let him go to Las Vegas for a weekend with the guys.
Doug fears that Carrie will have less time for him now that she has a job that she loves, which could lead to a promising career. Not to be outdone, Doug tries to get a promotion at work.
Carrie wants Doug to attend an overeaters support group, but he goes to a class for men in abusive relationships instead, where he is told that it's Carrie's anger that causes him to overeat.
Doug grows jealous when a new driver gets more laughs at lunchtime than he does; Carrie gets a new assistant who proves to be very efficient.
Carrie is determined not to let Doug or Arthur embarrass her when the two attend a party at her office, but that's wishful thinking. Also: Spence's mom moves into Spence and Danny's apartment.
Doug becomes worried when his neglected mom starts spending time with Arthur while his dad attends a model-train convention.
Doug's Christmas shopping and Yuletide cheer take a holiday after his wallet goes missing at the mall and he has to cancel all of his credit cards.
Doug and Carrie go to great lengths to find a new couple to hang out with after Deacon and Kelly start spending time with another family.
Doug is determined to continue wearing a new cologne even though Carrie hates it, and the two prepare to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Arthur sneaks Spence and Holly into a movie theater in an effort to pay off money he owes them.
Carrie hires a non-English-speaking maid after she realizes that she now makes more money than Doug, two things that irritate him to no end. To get back at her, he hires his own maid, who turns out to be not exactly made to order.
Doug attends a bartending school and gets a job working at a bar; Arthur runs for president of the senior center and tries to get Deacon to help him secure the black vote.
Neighbor Lou Ferrigno offers to help Doug and Carrie lose weight by putting them through a rigorous exercise program; Arthur tries to confront Dick Clark about a prize he never received after appearing in 1976 on "The $10,000 Pyramid."
Carrie recalls what Doug said to her when they were dating that made her want to marry him, but then she learns a horrifying truth about that night; Danny falls for Holly after his girlfriend breaks up with him.
Doug visits his old high school and reminiscences with his former football coach; Arthur temporarily loses his sight and hearing.
Carrie is discouraged about her looks as she faces her 35th birthday so Doug gets construction workers to hoot and holler at her as she passes by in hopes of cheering her up. Also, Arthur tries to come up with a perfect gift for his daughter.
Doug becomes jealous when Deacon starts hanging out with a new friend and takes drastic measures to win him back; Carrie is blacklisted by a nail salon because of her demanding behavior.
Doug wins two tickets to the NCAA men's championship basketball game in St. Louis and reluctantly agrees to take Arthur with him. Big mistake.
Carrie convinces Holly that she needs her help with her office makeover just so she can use Holly's van for the supplies. Meanwhile, Doug is frightened by an intimidating waitress who wants to fight him when he calls her a name.
Doug, Carrie and Arthur are each stranded in different locations during a snowstorm. Doug is invited to wait out the storm with a Japanese couple, until he starts giving them advice. Meanwhile, Carrie finds shelter in a church and Arthur is forced to stay with Holly, much to her dismay since she has a date coming over.
Carrie entertains a female client at a Mets game and invites Doug along, but she soon regrets it after he has a run-in with the woman; Arthur hosts a dinner party, but he's upstaged by Holly's gay uncle
In order to get a plasma TV, Doug has to trick Carrie into attending a weekend getaway at a ski resort, where they must listen to sales pitches for time-shares. Spence and Danny also attend, posing as a gay couple.
Doug and Carrie buy a deceased neighbor's house, believing they can sell it quickly for a huge profit. Meanwhile, Arthur agrees to participate in a drug trial, but is afraid of possible side effects, so he slips the medication into Veronica's coffee each day to see what happens to her.
Patton Oswalt(Spencer 'Spence' Olchin)
Lisa Rieffel(Sara Spooner)
Nicole Sullivan(Holly Shumpert)
Victor Williams(Deacon Palmer)
Jerry Stiller(Arthur Spooner)
Kevin James(Douglas 'Doug' Steven Heffernan)
Gary Valentine(Danny Heffernan)
Leah Remini(Carrie Heffernan)
Larry Romano(Richie Ianucci)
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